NASCAR champ Jimmie Johnson enamored with IndyCar after test

Jimmie Johnson finally fulfilled his childhood dream of driving an Indy vehicle with a exam session Tuesday. When the seven-time NASCAR champion completed turning laps, he was marketed on figuring out how to race upcoming yr in the IndyCar Series.

“It only lit the fire a lot more. I want to do this a lot more than at any time just before,” Johnson mentioned in a telephone job interview with The Involved Press. “It was one thing new, one thing various. NASCAR has been so great to me, and I am so very pleased of the accomplishment I’ve experienced. But

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Graham Rahal IndyCar iRacing Challenge Interview

Graham Rahal never envisioned a time when he’d be signing virtual autographs and racing other IndyCar drivers on a computer. But that’s part of his routine now, with the IndyCar season on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I really couldn’t imagine it until now,” said the veteran driver with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. “It’s an interesting period for everybody. We can all learn a lot from this, just in the way we go about life, the way we go about our cleanliness.”

Until real racing returns, Rahal spends time connecting with IndyCar sponsors, putting his digital signature on photos

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Sage Karam Interview | IndyCar driver talks about the IndyCar iRacing Challenge

As mainstream motorsports shut down their seasons amid the coronavirus pandemic, IndyCar driver Sage Karam welcomed them into his environment – digital racing. Karam, a twenty five-year-outdated who has raced 6 moments in the Indianapolis 500, also is a environment-course talent guiding the wheel of a racing simulator at his home in Nazareth, Penn.

With serious racing on keep simply because of the pandemic, IndyCar joined with on-line racing simulation service iRacing final month to stage the 1st in a 6-race digital year, the IndyCar iRacing Problem. Twenty-five IndyCar regulars competed at Watkins Glen International, or rather the digital rendition

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NASCAR and IndyCar reversal on coronavirus: Races canceled

NASCAR and IndyCar reversed program Friday and pulled the plug on racing this weekend, with IndyCar also suspending its year through the end of April due to problems about the COVID-19 pandemic.

NASCAR named off Sunday’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway and following weekend’s activities at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Both of those activities have been by now scheduled to be run without spectators.

IndyCar was scheduled to open its year Sunday on the streets of downtown St. Petersburg with out followers. System One also canceled its year opening race in Australia, leaving the 1st total weekend of international motorsports with out

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